Disclaimer: thanks, Hasbro, for sending one of these blasters for free!
Trailing the rest of the Fortnite crossover release is the replica of the Tactical Shotgun (TS). It loads and fires four Mega darts, has storage for more, and is generally just a large blaster. It’s not ergonomic perfection, by any means. But it is a fun blaster with good performance.
Well this didn’t take long – and it used an older Trademarked name that I overlooked. As per this post here, one of Dart Zone’s new Adventure Force blasters is the Sentry X2, and is just the next “Kronos clone” to be announced. Not that that’s a bad thing!
We have a few update on future products and projects, thanks to the United States Patent and Trademark Office. Hasbro appears to have two product lines registered for trademarks, and Dart Zone has had several blaster names entered. Not to mention teasing their new blasters on social media. Let’s look!
Note that there is a disclaimer, so skip to the end if you want to get to the news.
The Huntsman Big Boomer has been known about for about half a year, when it first appeared in SE Asia as well as select places in eastern Europe. I finally came across one at a Go! Games and Toys this past week, not knowing exactly how much of a disappointment it was going to be. Your money is better spent elsewhere.
After using one of these at Toy Fair this past February, I’m excited to see the Hyperstrike Bow on shelves! It’s a different flavor than the usual dart blasters we cover, but it’s also a seriously fun item – one that’s being marketed for teens and older, as well as its own PvP games. We’ll try to cover everything!
After a smashing appearance at Toy Fair, the Zing take on axe throwing is finally appearing in stores! Nothing about the product has changed since Toy Fair – and that’s a good thing, because these are quite fun to use, even if it takes a bit of practice to get right.
If it’s any indication, I bought four of them at Target (also available at Zing’s online store).